Mexican Horchata Recipe For Cinco De Mayo


When it comes to Cinco De Mayo, we usually think margaritas! But, there are so many other festive drinks to be enjoyed. Horchata is a cinnamon infused beverage. If you’re looking for a cocktail, this recipe can easily be modified by adding 1.5 oz of your favorite vanilla vodka.


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Horchata is traditionally made from soaked rice, but we’ve created a unique recipe that blends some of our favorite non dairy milks! For this recipe we’ve used a rice & almond blend along with Silk Coconutmilk. This does take a little it of prep work, but the delicious results are so worth it!

Mexican Horchata Recipe


1/4 cup toasted long grain rice

1/4 cup toasted almonds

2 Cups hot water

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 cup simple syrup

3 cups Silk Coconutmilk



Step 1: Using a food processor pulse toasted rice and almonds until you have a fine flour like texture.

Step 2: Mix 2 Cups of hot water and rice/almond mixture and allow to soak overnight ( or 8 hours )

Step 3: Strain liquid from rice and almond mixture, removing all solids.

Step 4: In a blender add the strained liquid, ground cinnamon, simple syrup and Silk Coconutmilk. Blend until thoroughly mixed.

Step 5: Chill for 3-4 hours and serve in sugar rimmed glasses.



Mexican Horchata Recipe


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